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Christopher Burch

Oh Ye of Little Faith

September 13 - October 4, 2014

Oh Ye of Little Faith, will be Burch's third installment of his ever evolving graphic narrative, The Missed Adventures of Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Death in the Land of Shadows. In this project, the trickster archetype is championed as an embodiment of ambiguity and ambivalence, calling into question fundamental assumptions about the way the world is organized and, at times, offering new ways of transforming it. Acting as the shadow, brother, teacher, and enemy and ally of the historical southern trickster figure of Br'er Rabbit, Burch's own character Br'er Death, reveals that the trickster's antics are never comedic, but rather serious gestures of resistance within a hostile environment. Burch not only re-contextualizes, but also remixes the Br'er Rabbit folklore with his own afro-surreal aesthetics.

Christopher Burch : The man at the cross roads said "He said his wager was five ...but he ain't never tell me exactly what it was we was wagering"
Christopher Burch
The man at the cross roads said "He said his wager was five ...but he ain't never tell me exactly what it was we was wagering"
Mixed media on silver serving tray, 16x27 inches, 2014
$2,000
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